Exciting new additions to the Xbox
Steve Ballmer recently stated that 2012 will be "the most epic year in Microsoft's history." In the coming weeks Microsoft will treat us to the newest version of their operating system — Windows 8, new handsets from the likes of Nokia and HTC running Windows Phone 8, and the company's first foray into the tablet market with Surface. Before all of that though, we begin with the world's best-selling games console — the Xbox 360.
Following on from last year's dramatic Xbox dashboard refresh — Microsoft has again ushered in a wealth of new entertainment experiences with its free, annual Xbox LIVE update.
The free Xbox LIVE update includes all-new television experiences, new Internet Explorer functionality, a new music service, and new tools from Bing and Kinect to get the most out of their Xbox.
Let us guide you through the exciting new additions to the Xbox experience.
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